Le Moulin du Chateau
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... last time we did not climb up to the the Chapel of Notre Dame du Rocher. It was too late now to climb up there , so we went for a walk, planning to climb the rock early next morning before we ...
... perched on the mountain side and our home for the night. We met owner Paschel, who gave us a quick tour before returning to his work. We have a lovely room with a private door and use of the common kitchen upstairs.
Tomorrow we head north to a town called Annency, which is near Lake Geneva, where we started this trip so many days ago. Ahhh, we have come full circle! After that it will be on to Paris and then off to Asheville...
... on either side with clear turquoise water and the sun shining, perfect. We had the pedalos for an hour and when we turned around half way Ruby was obviously keen to have a bit of a swim and I think wanted me or Jess to go in with her. Since we had two pedalos this wasn't really possible and after a bit of umming and aahing she eventually bit the bullet and just jumped in herself (with a lifejacket on of course) and was swimming around ...
... scallops in a creamy saffron sauce that was just delicious. Both came with a beet purée, creamy spelt pilaf, and mixed vegetables which included beans, eggplant, zucchini and cêpes (a type of mushroom). We enjoyed everything about the dishes and particularly liked that everything was local such as the spelt and types of veggies used. For dessert we both chose the “coupe terrasse” which had whipped cream, peaches, apricots, vanilla ice cream and ...
... while the top of our climbs was in the 600 m range, we did that climb from about 200 m several times.
We have seen some dramatic changes in the countryside. The first few days were in dairy and vineyard coutry, then we spent some time in fruit and grape ares. At one point we crossed quite a dramatic line and for a couple of days were in quite dry country with masses of olive orchards, then yesterday we came into ...